History

Juno is a marble fox that was bred for his white coat, which is a common practice in the exotic pet trade. His coat is mostly white, with just a little black coloring on his ears, tail and along his back. He also has a distinctive black pattern on his forehead, which makes him appear as if he is wearing a mask.

Juno was a privately-owned pet in Illinois and was confiscated due to substandard care. The owner had approximately 100 animals, including Juno, living in deplorable conditions. As a result, Safe Have was contacted by the Illinois Animal Control to accept Juno for placement.

Juno is always the first one up in the morning, but stays fairly inactive during the day. Once the sun starts to set, you can spot him running out and about within his enclosure. He loves challenging puzzle boxes containing treats and is also quite the little thief. He is especially social and welcoming with other foxes.

About Foxes

Foxes are very adaptable creatures and can be found throughout various regions. Although we provided our foxes with shaded areas within their enclosures, most prefer to dig their own burrows to escape the heat. In urban areas, fox dens can be found in window wells and other convenient locations. Typically, foxes can live up to six years in the wild and as long as 13 in captivity.

About Annabelle

Common Name: Marble Fox

Gender: Male

Age: 11 years old

Price to Adopt: $45

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